Here is a proper journal like blog entry. :) Yesterday I wanted to eat blueberry waffles for two meals, I love them, but I only let myself eat them for breakfast. This morning I am also drinking coffee and eating blueberry waffles while sitting in bed, thank you very much. :) Which, I might add is better than a blogger I read yesterday who ate tuna fish for breakfast. Although that is protein. Does anyone else have a "I only eat breakfast food for breakfast" thing like me? I ate pizza for breakfast maybe once. I adore breakfast.
Anyway, I actually was productive at work! And then I went to the spin or group ride class at the gym. It kicked my ass, um literally! I woke up with my butt in pain, and not because I was sore from working out, but because of the bike seat. Leaving class I took two steps down the stairs and my legs started to go out from under me. Luckily my legs thought better of this downward forward movement and they straightened the heck up. Not that they are straight but (grin). Although they may also have gone out from under me because the teacher was swoon worthy.
Can I say how much I hate locker rooms? Trust me I do a great job not looking anywhere, ever. If you are/were straight would you stand in a guys locker room and change and look around? Hell no. Well at least most of the women I know wouldn't. Anyway, I have the distinct advantage of having really long hair, so I can put it down and pretend that no one is there but me. Ug. Of course in spite of the fact that I played a bit of sports (badly) in highschool I just never got used to the whole locker room thing. Now that I have come out it's even worse because even though those women don't know anything about me, I think more about propriety. And there is this large group of older Korean women who act like the place is a spa and walk around naked. Ahhhh! I do not want to see you naked. If I was dating you, yes the even if I thought I shouldn't, but in every day life... no. I can't speak for any other lesbians on this topic but I have some highly tuned "what is proper" sensibilities. Plus sometimes I fear straight friend won't want to work out with me because I'm gay. I think so far this has been irrational but I still worry.